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2008 Centurion Boats at the Glen Big Crash

2008 Centurion Boats at the Glen Big Crash

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A big crash has ocurred at Watkins Glen. Michael McDowell and David Gilliland made contact and takes 3 hard hits. The drivers involved were Joe Nemechek, Max Papis, Dave Blaney, Bobby Labonte, Michael Waltrip, Sam Hornish, and Reed Sorenson. All...

2008 Food City 500 at Bristol Multi Car Crash!

2008 Food City 500 at Bristol Multi Car Crash!

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The 2008 Nascar Sprint Cup Series Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway where Lap 189 YELLOW FLAG NO. 5: Ryan Newman, Paul Menard, Bobby labonte, Jamie McMurray, Ken Schrader and Dario Franchitti all get together in Turn 2 bringing out the...

Miami crash Kurt Busch Bobby Labonte

Miami crash Kurt Busch Bobby Labonte

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Miami Nov 2006

2003 Bobby Labonte Crashes At Chicagoland, Car On Fire

2003 Bobby Labonte Crashes At Chicagoland, Car On Fire

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Bobby Labonte spins and hits the wall hard in a multicar crash at Chicagoland 2003. Bobby's car catches on fire, Johnny Benson, Bill Elliot and others involved

1993 Food City 500 - Gant/B.Labonte Crash

1993 Food City 500 - Gant/B.Labonte Crash

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Late in the April 1993 Food City 500 at Bristol #33 Harry Gant and #22 Bobby Labonte crash in turn's 1 & 2.

Bobby Labonte Tropicana 400 Firey Crash

Bobby Labonte Tropicana 400 Firey Crash

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Labonte backs into the wall causing the fuel tank to explode and he has trouble getting out of his car. srry about weird british woman speaking thnx to for capture

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Collingwood VS Geelong Preview Video

AFL Football Finals
Collingwood VS Geelong
Semi Final Preview Video

Geelong VS Collingwood Video

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After Collingwood has knocked out the previous two Grand finalists in Sydney and West Coast - the focus is now on Geelong, Geelong's focus is now on Collingwood, Geelong will enter as strong favorites and Collingwood as rank outsiders and returning from a draining game against West Coast and Geelong with a Weeks break should be stronger for it .... lets see what shapes up towards the biggest Final in Melbourne in years and with just one non Victorian team remaining in the race for the flag.

Collingwood vs West Coast Semi Final Video

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Semi Final Video
Collingwood vs West Coast

Colingwood Vs WestCost Video

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The amazing final few minutes of Collingwood Vs WestCoast in the semi final which resulted in a draw and a 10 minute play off to decide the eventual winner, the final two minutes is played out in the forward half of Collingwoods 50 metre / goal square and is a frenzy of tackling and scrambling for the ball.

Collingwood Vs WestCoast Finals Video

AFL Football
Semi Final Video (Live)
Collingwood vs West Coast

Live Collingwood Vs WestCoast

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Live action from Collingwood VS WestCoast Final, this Video is from wthin the ground and features 8 minutes of footage, Collingwood were eventual winners in this game that resulted in a draw and an extra 10 minutes of overtime to close the result - with Collingwood the eventual winners and WestCoast left to ponder 2008 without Chris Judd.

Judd Set To Return to Victoria

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Judd Talking to Clubs
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Chris Judd in Melbourne

The most sought-after player in the AFL, who announced this week he was quitting the Eagles to return to his home town of Melbourne, will see his surgeon this morning about his ongoing groin problem.

He will then meet Carlton officials, likely to be CEO Greg Swann and football operations manager Stephen Icke, today or tomorrow in the first of four interviews with interested clubs.

Judd is also lined up to speak with Essendon, Hawthorn and Melbourne in the next four days.

It is believed up to seven Victorian clubs are still in the hunt for Judd, with the star midfielder expected to speak with Collingwood once the Pies finish their finals campaign.

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Saturday, October 21, 2006

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Saints Finals Action - 2006 -

THE Ladder - Final Results

West Coast Eagles 68
Adelaide 64
Fremantle 60
Sydney Swans 56
Collingwood 56
St Kilda 56
Melbourne 54
Western Bulldogs 52

Richmond 44
Geelong 42
Hawthorn 36
Port Adelaide 32
Brisbane Lions 28
Kangaroos 28
Essendon 14
Carlton 14

The Saints enter the finals in reasonable form after beating the Brisbane lions in reasonable style, with Nick Dal Santo leading the way with 33 touches and Luke Ball with 29 touches.

The Goal kickers were :
Barry Brooks 3, Robert Harvey 3, Fraser Gehrig 3, Stephen Milne 2, Brendon Goddard 1, Leigh Fisher 1, Jason Gram 1, Nick Riewoldt 1, Justin Koschitzke 1.

Next Game Elimination Final on Friday Night!
After winning the past two games against the Western Bulldogs and Brisbane Lions enter this Friday nights game against Melbourne with some confidence.

The injuries and possible returns :
Hayes, ACL reconstruction, season.
Maguire, leg, season.
Peckett, groin tightness, test.
Powell, knee soreness, test.
Schwarze, hamstring tightness, test.
Watts, ankle, season.

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The Saints are still blaming the siren for there finish outside the top 4, after the siren was failed to be recognised in round 5 against Fremantle resulting in a loss, for the full report visit : .

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

The Saints Season is Slipping away - AFL 2006 -

A spirited St Kilda side could not manage to complete what would have been a stunning comeback victory against Melbourne at the MCG on Sunday.Demons skipper David Neitz booted eight match-winning goals to help the Demons fend off the Saints by 13 points. Melbourne 15.13 (103) defeated the Saints 13.12 (90) to notch their sixth win of the season.

Coach Said :

"We were very, very average early," Thomas said. "We were very reactive and they out-toughed us and they were much harder at the footy and everything else and that's my responsibility and we've got to prepare them mentally to attack the game and they didn't. We've got to take responsibility for that."

MELBOURNE: 4.4 10.9 12.10 15.13 (103)
ST KILDA: 2.2 5.3 10.8 13.12 (90)

GOALS – St Kilda: Dal Santo 3, Gehrig 2, Riewoldt 2, Schwarze 2, Montagna, Ball, Blake, Voss BEST – St Kilda: Dal Santo, Ball, Gram, Goddard, L Fisher, Voss

INJURIES – St Kilda: Thompson (bruised back)

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

A rampant St Kilda has put Carlton to the sword - AFL 2006

A rampant St Kilda has put Carlton to the sword at the MCG on Sunday, outclassing the hapless Blues 18.18 (126) to 4.10 (34).

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4

Carlton 1.2 1.5 2.6 4.10 (34)

St Kilda 7.7 9.13 14.15 18.18 (126)


St Kilda: Nick Riewoldt(9), Fraser Gehrig(3), Stephen Milne(2), Steven Baker(2),
Justin Pecket(1), Brett Voss(1)

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

High drama in Launceston - Saints Drawn Game

One of the most controversial matches of the modern era has ended in draw at Aurora Stadium in Launceston on Sunday.

At this stage St Kilda and Fremantle have picked up two points from the draw, but the bizarre manner in which the match ended is sure to have massive repercussions.

The Saints 13.16 (94) drew with the Dockers 14.10 (94) after St Kilda tagger Steven Baker kicked a behind to level the scores. Although the Saints leveled the scores with the last kick of the match, they did not lead at any stage.

Just as it seemed Fremantle was set to end its Launceston hoodoo and record its first victory at Aurora Stadium in a premiership match, the Dockers were 'robbed' of a win after the field umpires didn't hear the final siren.

The drama unfolded when the siren - which was quiet throughout the course of the match - was not heard by field umpire Matthew Nicholls with the Saints trailing by one point but deep in attack.

Fremantle players responded thinking they had secured a vital victory, yet the field umpires did not blow the whistle to signal the end of the match. Play continued as Fremantle players pleaded to the umpires.

After a ball-up in St Kilda's forward 50, the Saints cleared the ball and it ended in the hands of Baker whose shot at goal missed - but controversially leveled the scores.Amazingly, Baker was illegally bumped after his shot at goal and he was offered another shot. His set shot was off target and the scores were tied.

Saints full-forward Fraser Gehrig was reported in the first quarter for striking Josh Carr, while a Lenny Hayes round-arm indiscretion may also come under scrutiny from the match review panel.